8 June 2023

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Athenry’s Bia Innovator Campus one of 17 agri-food tourism projects to receive national funding

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Athenry’s Bia Innovator Campus one of 17 agri-food tourism projects to receive national funding

Galway Bay FM Newsroom – Bia Innovator Campus in Athenry is one of 17 agri-food tourism projects to receive national funding.

The innovation centre at Teagasc aims to host 40 food companies and create hundreds of jobs and trainee places over the coming years.

It is receiving €25,000 under the Rural Innovation and Development Fund, announced by Agriculture Minister Charlie McConalogue.

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